With his unrivaled ability to escape from danger, Seattle's Russell Wilson is the Houdini of NFL quarterbacks, Greg Garber writes.
How would NFL history have been different had Peyton Manning been a Patriot and Tom Brady played for the Colts and Broncos?
To some in New Orleans, Archie Manning comes up a winner regardless of the outcome of Super Bowl XLIV -- and deservedly so, Greg Garber writes.
The Chargers' Darren Sproles is the latest in a long line of small wonders to make a big impact in the NFL, writes Greg Garber.
For a quarterback to truly excel at play-action, he and his teammates must embrace the art for what it is -- the ultimate collaborative effort, writes Greg Garber.
After his Colts dispatched Lovie Smith's Chicago Bears 29-17, Tony Dungy stood alone in history.
The Rooney Rule has helped turn around the NFL's once-dismal record of hiring minority head coaches, Greg Garber writes.
In retrospect, it seems preposterous, but in the first 40 Super Bowls there wasn't a single black head coach, Greg Garber writes. On Sunday, there will be two.
Six-time All-Pro Brian Urlacher has more than lived up to the grand tradition of Bears middle linebackers, Greg Garber writes.
The Bears and Colts feature two-headed running back attacks, a growing trend in the NFL, Greg Garber writes.
With the Colts' offense strangely in remission, the Adam Vinatieri signing looked awfully smart on Saturday, writes Greg Garber.
This may be new to the Indianapolis Colts, but it isn't new to Tony Dungy. The Colts played a little "Buc ball" in the win over the Ravens.
Are the Patriots a dynasty? That depends on who you ask, but another win would make a pretty good case.
Even with all the stars in the playoffs, teams frequently turned to secondary options last week.
Today's bigger, stronger and faster players are paying a heavy price for the ever-increasing violence on the field.
Fans like offense, or so they've told us. And in this year's NFL playoffs, offense means the Colts.